"During these times, big events and protests are not always the most effective means to peace. Relationships are the means to the end we wish to see. Coming together courageously into face-to-face conversations, with compassion, in public spaces or in our living rooms helps to overcome fears that can rise during tenuous and violent times." Rabbi Samuel Stahl
What the world needs now more than ever are the tools and means of Compassion! By invitation of San Antonio's 2014 Peace Laureates, Rabbi Samuel and Lynn Stahl, other Laureates are being called together into a conversation about a world spiraling out of control.
How do we come together face-to-face in honesty and compassion? What does that look like?
Come, see, and hear the wisdom-in-conversation between SA Peace Laureates: Rosie Castro (2015 Laureate), Rabbi Samuel & Lynn Stahl (2014), Sr. Teresa Meyer (2013), Imam Omar Shakir (2012), Jane & Woody Tuck (2010) as they converse about the corrosive and destructive power of prejudice in our world.
Thursday, February 26
Whitley Center@ Oblate School of Theology
285 Oblate Drive, San Antonio
7 p.m. Free @ open to the public - Invite others